Speech to the Third ArmySpeech to the Third Army
He strove for the perfection of leadership indicated in his own words, "It lurks invisible in that vitalizing spark, intangible, yet as evident as the lightning; the warrior soul."
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Wheeler Davidson memoir pageWheeler Davidson memoir page
Remembering Donald Davidson: His 1967 Undergraduate Philosophy of Language Course
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How Heidegger Defends the Possibility of a Correspondence Theory of Truth with respect to the Entities of Natural ScienceHow Heidegger Defends the Possibility of a Correspondence Theory of Truth with respect to the Entities of Natural Science
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Rorty and Pragmatism Philosophy 541, Spring 2009 Professor Russell GoodmanRorty and Pragmatism Philosophy 541, Spring 2009 Professor Russell Goodman
Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity (1989), Truth and Progress, (1998) and Philosophy and Social Hope (2000). We will also consider criticisms of Rorty by leading contemporary philosophers
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Merit / [ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77, Dec. 1996: 313-337] kant’s conception of merit IMerit / [ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77, Dec. 1996: 313-337] kant’s conception of merit I
This is significant because it shows both that his views are reasonably consistent with our ordinary views, and that he recognized a variety of purposes in evaluating actions
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Az űrlap teteje Az űrlap aljaAz űrlap teteje Az űrlap alja
Accept this twofold consolation, you faint-hearted creatures : St. Augustine and contemporary definitions of rape
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The Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. WeilerThe Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. Weiler
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Bad Technology vs. Good Technology? Alan Rudy iss 310 – Spring 2002Bad Technology vs. Good Technology? Alan Rudy iss 310 – Spring 2002
Human vs. Natural Capital Since the mid-eighteenth century, more of nature has been destroyed than in all prior history
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Five Moral Philosophies on Economic Growth: Fundamental Perspectives on AssessingIts Benefits and CostsFive Moral Philosophies on Economic Growth: Fundamental Perspectives on AssessingIts Benefits and Costs
Prepared for presentation at a panel on “The Case for Economic Growth: Where Does the Modern Debate Stand?”at the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations, San Diego, California, January 4-6, 2013
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Class, “Race” and State in Post-Apartheid Education Enver Motala and Salim VallyClass, “Race” and State in Post-Apartheid Education Enver Motala and Salim Vally
Sayed and Jansen, 2001; Motala and Pampallis, 2002; Chisholm, 2004; Fiske and Ladd, 2004
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Beyond cold war politics: the relationship between president eisenhower and prime minister nehruBeyond cold war politics: the relationship between president eisenhower and prime minister nehru
Prime Minister Nehru, a strict non-alignment proponent whose political views were in strong contrast to the goals of the United States during the Cold War
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Foucault kritikFoucault kritik
The aff’s attempt to restrain a small element of the surveillance state normalizes its existence as a whole and causes the corporate surveillance to fill in that results in a depoliticized populace that embraces the panoptic gaze of
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An Electronic Law JournalAn Electronic Law Journal
A people’s Tribunal Against the Crime of Silence? -the Politics of Judgement and
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Supervisor: Jeffrey Alan Vanderziel, B. ASupervisor: Jeffrey Alan Vanderziel, B. A
I would like to thank my supervisor Jeffrey A. Vanderziel, B. A. for his continuous encouragement, patience, understanding and valuable advice
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The Christian and EthicsThe Christian and Ethics
Many Christians struggle with questions of right or wrong, as a consequence of a society largely consisting of “those who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet
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